Attorney Profile:

Michael J. Javoronok

Michael J. Javoronok: Attorney with Javoronok & Neilan Trial Lawyers

Biography

Chapter Author: "AMA Guidelines," Litigating Spinal Cord Injuries, Kosieradzki, ed. Wiley Law, 1995. Lecturer: Opening Statement: The Wall Begins to Rise for the Defendant, NATA, Grand Island, NE, 1991; Using the AMA Guides to Impeach the Defense Orthopedist and Get a Fair Verdict, ATLA, New Orleans, LA, 1993; Deposing the Medical/Psychological Expert, ATLA, San Diego, CA, 1994; Deposing the Medical Expert: Using the AMA Guides, WTLA, Sheridan, WY, 1994; Rating Spinal Cord Injury Using the AMA Guides, Professional Education Systems, Inc., Dallas, TX, 1996; Cross Examination of Defense Reconstructionist, NATA, Omaha, NE, 1996; Opening Statement for the Plaintiff, NATA, Lincoln, NE, 1998; Cheap, Effective, Demonstrative Evidence, NATA, Omaha, NE, 1998; Demonstrative Evidence, ITLA, Council Bluffs, IA, 1998; Requests for Admissions, NATA, Omaha, NE, 2000; Third Party Action Subrogation, NCLE, Omaha, NE, 2000; Dealing with Non-Medical Experts, NATA, Ashland, NE, 2001; R.R.S. §48-118: Tort Actions with Worker's Comp Subrogation Issues, NATA, Omaha, NE, 2004; Statute of Limitation and Exhaustion Issues in UIM Cases, NATA, Ashland, NE, 2005; How to Deal with Subrogation Interests, NATA, Ashland, NE, 2005; Advanced Discovery Techniques, WTLA, Cheyenne, WY, 2005; Advanced Discovery Techniques, Part II, WTLA, Cheyenne, WY, 2005; Trial Preparation, WTLA, Cheyenne, WY, 2005; Advanced Discovery Techniques Part III, WTLA, Cody, WY, 2006; How to Use Jury Instructions, Pretrial and Establish Theme, WTLA, Jackson, WY, 2007; Legal Ethics: Client Communication and Investigatory Ethics-Communicating with Current and Former Employee of Corporation, WTLA, Cheyenne, WY, 2007; Subrogation Aspects Under Section 48-118, NCLE, Lincoln, NE, 2007; Webinar, TrialSmith, New Discovery Techniques, 2008; Webinar, TrialSmith, Developing and Establishing Themes, 2008; Webinar, TrialSmith, How to Use Jury Instructions Pre-Trial, 2008; Webinar, NATA, New Approaches to Discovery, 2008; Understanding & Preventing WC Litigation and Understanding & Presenting 3rd Party Act, Nebraska Safety Council, Panhandle Safety Conference & Exposition, Scottsbluff, NE 2008; Review of Pleading, NSBA WC Seminar, Omaha, NE, 2010; Preparing for Trial, NSBA WC Seminar; Omaha, NE, 2010; Cross-Examination Strategy, NATA, Omaha, NE, 2011; Discovery: Mechanics and Tactics of Interrogatories, Depositions, Requests for Admission and Production, NATA, Lincoln, NE, 2012; Winning Liability and Damages on Summary Judgment in Your Case, NATA, Omaha, NE, 2013; Courtroom Credibility-Understanding It, Establishing It and De-Establishing It, NCLE and Workers' Compensation Section Seminar, LaVist, NE, 2013.

Areas of Practice (4)

  • Products Liability Law
  • Personal Injury Law
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Workers Compensation Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
308-630-0808  Phone
308-630-0771  Fax
www.mjjlaw.com
University Attended:
University of Pennsylvania, B.A., 1971
Law School Attended:
Creighton University, J.D., 1975
Year of First admission:
1975
Admission:
1975, Nebraska; 1989, Colorado
Memberships:
Scotts Bluff County Bar (President, 2005) and Nebraska State Bar Associations; The Association of Trial Lawyers of America (Sustaining Member); Nebraska Association of Trial Lawyers (Member, Board of Directors, 1986-1999; 2003—; President, 1998-1999).
Languages:
French
Birth Information:
Worcester, Massachusetts, August 12, 1949
Reported Cases:
Rahmig v. Mosley Machinery Co., 226 Neb. 423, 412 NW 2d 56 (1987); Meisner v. Patton Electric Co., 781 F.Supp. 1432 (1990); Benzel v. Keller Indus., 253 Neb. 20, 567 N.W.2d 552, 1997, Westlaw 529642 (1997); Greenwalt v. Wal-Mart Stores, 253 Neb. 32, 567 N.W.2d 560, 1997 Westlaw 529643 (1997); Snyder v. Case, 259 Neb. 621, 611 N.W.2d 409, (2000); Amateis v. Bridgeport, 2000 Westlaw 868510 (Neb.App. 2000); Bailey v. Midamerica Realty Investment, Inc., 2000 Westlaw 199327 (Neb.App. 2000); Security First Bank v. Burlington Northern, 213 F.Supp.2d 1087, D.Neb. (2002); Reichert v. Rubloff Hammond, L.L.C., 264 Neb. 16, 645 N.W.2d 519 (2002); Spencer v. Moreno, 2003 WL 1043318, D.Neb. (2003); Johnson v. Scotts Bluff County Sheriff's Dept., 245 F.Supp2d 1056, D.Neb. (2003); In re Guardianship and Conservatorship of Hartwig, 11 Neb.App. 526, 656 N.W.2d 268 (2003); Ford v. Estate of Clinton, 265 Neb. 285, 656, N.W.2d 606 (2003); The Security First Bank v. Lockwood, Westlaw 2003 10 5070 (Neb. App. 2003); Salazar v. Scotts Bluffs County, 266 Neb. 444, 665 N.W.2d 659, Neb. (2003); Larreau v. Delara, 2004 WL 2339481, Neb.App. (2004); Mooney v. Gordon Memorial Hospital Dist., 268 Neb. 273, 682 N.W.2d 253, Neb. (2004); Bronsen v. Dawes County, 14 Neb. App. 82, 704 N.W.2d 273 (2005); Molina v. American Alternative Ins. Corp. 270 Neb. 218, 699 N.W.2d 415 (2005); Spear T Ranch, Inc. v. Melvin Knaub, et al, 269 Neb. 177, 691N.W.2d 116, (2005); Bronsen v. Dawes County, 272 Neb. 320, 722 N.W.2d 17 (2006); Spear T. Ranch, Inc. v. Knaub, 271 Neb. 578, 713 N.W.2d 489 (2006); Rein v. Swift Transport, 2006 WL 3831180; Hill v. South Dakota Cement, 2009 WL 691454, 2008 WL 4381135; Straub v. City of Scottsbluff, 280 Neb. 163, 784 N.W.2d 786 (2010); Barnes v. Region West Medical Center, 2010 WL 2690594; Dulaney v. Drivers Management, 2011 Westlaw 2064878.
ISLN:
906187591
Hobbies & interests:
Photography

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